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and who is eligible for a refund. our guest is tax foundation chief economist william mcbride. "washington journal" is next. host: >> host: the white house is to eating -- is disputing claims. the u.s. ambassador to madrid will appear to discuss buying in the country after press reports that the nsa collected information on phone calls. chiefs from those and other countries are expected to travel to the u.s. to discuss those issues. this topic, even on the sunday talk shows yesterday. for our first 45 minutes, when it comes to physically monitoring by the nsa on our allies, we want to get your thoughts on whether the u.s. should rethink spying on allies. here's how you can tell us this morning. you can also reach out to us on social media. you can always send us an e-mail to journal at c-span.org. stores today and yesterday stemming on new developments when it comes to monitoring of ally activity by the nsa. new about obama spying. thatsa denies reports obama was told in 2010 of nsa spying on angela merkel and allowed it to continue. on sunday, the german tabloid siding unknow
justhe tax turned 100 and it looks every day its age. it is a broken, in efficient mass. -- mess. it is time to bring it into the 21st century. i'm committed to tax reform. and loopholesffs for us to close in the meantime without jeopardizing the goals of comprehensive tax reform. my hope is that this conference and put our feet in both can't , for tax reform and against tax ripoffs. --ood place to start incentives that push companies to move jobs overseas. second is medicare. the future for medicare is better care at lower cost. 965.s very different than 1 chronic disease, cancer, problems --d other current government rules and practices impede our efforts to deliver to these seniors. we are working on a bipartisan proposal to address these issues. we look forward to working with the conference on these issues. there is a better way, colleagues. is there-- my view parity between defense and nondefense. the rule of the whole -- theration debate rules were that you are going to cut defense and nondefense equally. to change those rules in the middle of this debate would be a very s
for that with an equal mix of spending cuts and revenue caused by wasteful tax loopholes that benefit the wealthiest americans and corporations. so getting a bipartisan deal to replace quest racial is going to require compromise. there is no way around it. i am going into this budget conference ready to agree to some tough spending cuts that unlike the quester -- sequester caps that disappear in 2022, will be locked into law. i know there are some republicans that would be interested in swapping some of the infish and damaging sequester cuts with programs that would save many multiples of cuts over the decades. i'm ready to listen to their ideas. as long as they are fair for seen yoirs and their families, i'm ready to make some concessions to get a deal. commowmies runs both ways. while we scour programs to find responsible savings, republicans are also going to work with us to scour the bloated tax code and close some wasteful tax loopholes and special interest subsidies. it is unfair and unacceptable to ask seniors and family to bear this burden alone. these are nothing more than wasteful spending
in colorado that would increase taxes by $950 million in one year and restructure the way that state funds its public schools. we're back with james freeman, and steve moore. so steve let's go to colorado first because it's a very interesting state, trending left politically, with a kind of new coalition of cultural liberals and hispanics. and women. leading to a democratic majority there. and they could take another big step to the left with this ballot initiative. explain. >> no question about it. paul, you're exactly right. colorado is one of those states that has moved more to the left than just about any other state in the country. and partially because of huge democratic money and liberal money that's gone in to that state. so what they've now put on the ballot is a gigantic income tax increase to pay for more money for schools. this is a big power play by the left to expand the size of the state government. the income tax, if it's raised, paul, would get rid of a traditional policy in colorado of a low flat tax. and i would make the case, one of the reasons colorado has been a high grow
in the private marketplace are, one, requesting to be comprehensive. two, you are going to have tax incentives, tax rebates for millions, as many as 6 or 7 million americans to get into this program. so they can get health coverage. >> who pays for that, julianne? who picks up the tab on rebates? >> that was part of the aca, that was part of the law. that was part of -- it comes through a tax rebate. >> let's talk about where the money comes from. originally when president obama pushed this, and turned a bill into a law, the cbo said it was going to be about $900 billion. now, they have upped that. the cbo has under that number to $1.8 trillion. we are not even talking about these additional insion incentives and rebates which is only going to add though that number. >> one how is it paid for tax increases like the medical equipment tax and increase on capital gains. there is no question there are some taxes that are paying for this secondly, the cbo also made it clear that the healthcare law was going to be a net reducer in terms of our federal deficit. >> julian, i have toil, president obama
tax questions, call us 1-877-249-9626. we want to hear you from. it's as simple as this. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. gerri: welcome back to our special user guide to obamacare, you still have time to send in your question, 1-877-249-9626. back again with me to answer your tax related questions. rich, thank you for coming back after dinner. i appreciate that. we have a caller here wayne in north carolina. what is your question? >> two questions, when there is a discussion about total income for individuals, as far as getting offset fro
on the house position in terms of the resolution they passed back in the spring which had no tax increases, no revenue increases, assumed to the repeal of the affordable care act. it is the antithesis to the senate position. thesenate budge was resolution they passed. they had increased references -- revenues and a differences are so great it is unlikely there will be any kind of agreement to raise revenues because it could not pass in the house of representatives. host: does that doom this effort to failure? guest: now, if people had expectations that this would be a large deficit reduction package achieved by the hope for a deadline of december 13, i think that is off the table. i think there is a real possibility, not of a grand bargain, but of a bargain that will be granted that we got a bargain at all. the american public believes that congress is dysfunctional and cannot achieve anything. at a minimum, it seems there is a good possibility that both mrs. murray and mr. ryan can come together on some sort of package that will show that the house and senate can work together in a minima
republican after republican talking about cutting taxes, talking about growing the economy, but neachg t of he lks, tiddl ass the workg m awoma i's le e rublian pty s fogott theiddlclas exis. >> wel i ctain agr wi yo lo in trmsf making that contact with working families. and the biggest challenge families face in virginia is economic opportunity. it's jobs. there are enormous s.w.a.t.s wa because people have been unemployed so long. there's a big difference between me and terry mcauliffe. i can explain my plan to grow jobs and cut taxes, and he's proposing more government spending. $1,700 more in taxes per family versus my$700 tax cut. but a lot of them zero in now this month on obama care. and there's a stark difference between me and terry mcauliffe there also. and once again, his approach is bigger government, and mine is smaller government. i was the first to fight obama fight it. you were the first one to sue on obama care. >> right. >> at the same time, is that an issue for virginia voters? i mean, you know, we look at these numbers, and we're talking about, you know, roughly 10% o
. that's number one. number two, we need tax reform, in my view, tax reform that brings down the top corporate rates to something more closely aligned with every other developed nation in the world, and at the same time that we're doing that to generate some revenues for deficit reduction, to match what we're doing on the spending side. if you think about it, as the senator from ohio knows, the senator from west virginia knows, tax expenditures, tax breaks, tax credits, tax deductions, tax loopholes, tax gap adds up over the next ten years to anywhere from $10 trillion to $15 trillion. we're going to spend more money out of the treasury for tax expenditures than we're going to spend in all our appropriations bills combined. if we could capture 5% of $12 trillion over ten years for deficit reduction, that's $600 billion. if we could match that in like a bowles-simpson number, we could do about another $2 billion on deficit reduction on top of what we've already done. is that a grand compromise that i want and i think the senator from ohio wants and i know the senator from west virgini
the attention away from things like obama care, taxes, energy, those issues that are going to affect virginia in the next four years delayed our ability to get to voters at least to be on the front burner, so to speak. and that's where we are now. >> so it hurt. >> that's what we have to close with. >> it hurt? >> it compressed time to get people while they're paying attention to this race. >> steve. >> bret mentioned this independent libertarian style candidate. he is taking as many as i think the average was 9.5%, 9.5 points if you look at the quinnipiac polls and other polls, if his voters were your voters, you would be winning. how concerned are you about him and what's your pitch to libertarian style voters? >> i'm the most-accomplished pro-liberty candidate that's actually been elected statewide in virginia in my lifetime. so what we talked to them about is my actual accomplishments. being the first to challenge obama care, being an attorney general who's going to leave office having helped exonerate more wrongfully convicted felons than any other a.g. in history. whether it's fighting
the pike? how many taxes are in there? nice that it is covering people, but when will it -- what is it going to cost us? i think that americans really want to know and it is not out there in black-and-white. you should be able to look and see. there are a lot of important things that have been done wrong. the president has lied to us. thank you. host: a little bit more about the book "double down." it is just coming out. even after obama named hillary clinton as secretary of state, finding their wounds, he could barely endure spending time with the clinton. he rarely contacted his democratic predecessor in the years after taking office. after midterm losses for his party, the incumbent and his inner circle realized that they still needed the popular mr. clinton. they golfed together in 2011 in an effort to get closer together. they did not even finish 18 holes. r. obama succinctly expressed his view of mr. clinton saying that he liked him in doses. to thema, who is known test campaign donor nations said that he could not name his top five vendors. he says he has no idea. after me
of it will be able to claim a tax deduction. sac says they never encouraged, pro momented opromoted or tolerr trading. >> how big was hedg sec. >> iat it's apex it had $15 billion in assets under majoritmanagement. >> fifteen bill john. billion. mr. cohen was estimated at 5 5 5.$4 billionings. >> we watched as the tea party movement. a special election is exposing the true republican divide. >> as the su sunsets on the watr that defines mobile, alabama. he get to work. >> i have been a fan for a long, long time. he calls himself a true believer. the cause? the tat tea party. >> it will be a goodl godly cou. a country that god can look down on and say i'm proud of this country. >> right now he can't do that. he is campaining for this man, dean young. prom millinpromising to change n with confrontation. >> i can tell you right now barack obama does not want me to go to washington. we don't have a lot in common and so there won't be a lot of bipartisan ship unless these guys come over to our way of thinking. >> the other partner bradley burn. his statements are far from liberal. >> we are sending far to
is that over 10% of america's largest companies pay zero percent tax rate. i would like to know where the big target shooter stands on that. does he think that's fair for average americans? that 10 percent of meramerica's largest companies pay zero percent? never answers those kinds of questions because the conservative media protects those folks. cruz cares about protecting his big money corporate interests, and he's always at work. he wants those folks to put him in office. and you know what, as of late, there is no better example than his most recent stunt. pay attention, folks. ted cruz is blocking president obama's nominee for chairman of the federal communications commission. now, the president has nominated ex tell com industry lobbyist tom wheeler. good guy. wants him to head up the fcc. now, of course, there are five seats on the federal communications commission, and three of them are vacant. and, of course, they're looking for some good democrats, because that's how it works when you have a democratic president. wheeler is a democrat, and republicans are worried that he might, wait
republican after republican talking about cutting taxes, talking about growing the economy, but not reaching two of the folks, the middle class, the working man and woman, it's like the republican party has forgotten the middle class exists. >> well, i certainly agree with you, lou, in terms of making that contact with working families. and the biggest challenge families face in virginia is economic opportunity. it's jobs. there are enormous s.w.a.t.s wa because people have been unemployed so long. there's a big difference between me and terry mcauliffe. i can explain my plan to grow jobs and cut taxes, and he's proposing more government spending. $1,700 more in taxes per family versus my $700 tax cut. but a lot of them zero in now this month on obama care. and there's a stark difference between me and terry mcauliffe there also. and once again, his approach is bigger government, and mine is smaller government. i was the first to fight obama care, and he wants to expand it. >> you were the first one to fight it. you were the first one to sue on obama care. >> right. >> at the same time, is t
in the history of the world, and at the same time receiving these really generous tax breaks and subsidies totaling many billions of dollars from the federal government. it does not make sense. why do they need that when they have all the money in the world? more money than they can count. more money than they know what to do with. that was the piece of looking at it and say, what are the ways they preserve what they have? how do they preserve these breaks? what are they worth? what is the history? the piece is a visual spread from the actual basic numbers about these tax breaks, and then we get to conspiracy theories about how oil subsidies might have had a role in the assassination of john f. kennedy, it goes all over the place. but how does the oil industry keep these seemingly unjustifiable tax breaks alive? the numbers from that story, from the charts. the annual estimated tax breaks for the big five oil companies -- chevron, seven hundred million dollars. exxon mobil $600 million. conoco phillips $600 million. bp 300 million dollars. shell, 200 million dollars. plenty of other charts
are as a country. for everybody to see. think about it -- we can keep wasteful corporate tax giveaways that working folks don't get, or we can close those loopholes and use that money to pay for things that actually create jobs. we could keep harmful cuts to education programs, or we could give more kids a head start. hire more teachers in math and science and help more kids afford a college education. we can keep doling out corporate welfare, or we can invest in renewable energy that creates jobs and lowers carbon pollution. priorities, choices, that is what this is about. and the stakes for the middle class couldn't be higher. if we don't pick the right priorities now, make the right choices now, we could hinder growth and opportunity for decades and leave our children with something less. that includes the obsession with cutting just for the sake of cutting. that doesn't help our economy grow. it will hold us back. remember, our deficits are getting smaller, not bigger. on my watch their falling at the fastest pace in 60 years. that gives us room to fix our long-term debt problems without sticki
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. his budget costs seniors more on medicare and gives tax breaks to millionaires. well, what is that? we want medicare over millionair millionaires. >> seems we would be readjudicating the 2012 election altogether. i want to ask you, in the budget process, i know there was a call. it was reported that yourself and leader reid and a number of others, democratic leaders with the president, kind of all on the same page going into the budget process. and then this week, we read on wednesday that the president has said he is flexible about whether or not revenues can be on the table. and i know you've said revenues need to be on the table. harry reid has said revenues need to be on the table. are you confident that the president is going to, you know, stay with where the democratic caucus is on that issue? >> i think we'll stay together. if you have revenue on the table, you come to a bigger agreement to reduce the deficit, to grow the economy, to do so in a fiscally sound way. if you don't have revenue on the table, we've cut -- it's important to note that going into this debate they say the
money, there's a tax write off, not much, but a little, and us and a center for reporting out there fill the gap, but i do think that overall, our media landscape is being driven increasingly by the news of the moment, celebrity news, political news, real news, and there's a lot less time and energy, resources available for doing deep dives or looking at things not in the immediate spotlight in front of us as were all on our twit of-like hamster wheel. >> host: viewers have questions or comments, the bureau chief, the lines are open this morning. republicans call 202-a 85-3 # 88 is. democrats 202-585-3880. independents, 202-585-3882. we'll talk to him for about the next 40 minutes or so on the "washington journal," and as we lay out the lines, i want to talk to you about how you prefer to describe your magazine. is it progressive? is liberal the term? what do you say to folks who call your magazine as listed on here frequently asked questions page left pinko rag? >> they are wrong. i mean, we are a progressive-driven organization. you know, and i, the way i look at it is i tend to see ou
bag tax. some members don't want it to apply to places who don't sell food, like hardware stores. the 5-cent bag tax is aimed at cutting down on the number of plastic bags in or near local streams. >>> voters in washington state will be casting ballots tomorrow on a measure that could have ripple effects on the food industry all across the country. >> teresa garcia takes a look at a push to require labels on foods with genetically modified ingredients. >> staffers are working the fines at the seattle headquarter on the campaign. >> this is going to be a close election. g voters will decide on tuesday whether to require labeling on foods containing genetically modified organisms or gmo's. elizabeth is with the yes campaign. she says it's about giving shoppers a choice. >> i think it fund mentally boils down to, people want more information about our food. >> the labeling campaign raised $8 million. a fraction of the war chest on the no side. top opposition donors, like biochemical giants and dupont pioneer helped raise $22 million. they claim labels would scare consumers away
comstock. >> the transportation bill did put extra and more taxes on northern virginia than any other place in the state. that was my major concern. now that it's passed i'm going to make sure northern virginia is going to get their congestion relief. >> reporter: comstock accused her opponent of wanting to raise taxes. murphy criticizes comstock for helping to kill the law limiting gun purchases in virginia for one a month. comstock said the law was watered down. >> there had been so many compels already long before i was in the legislature -- exemptions already long before i was in the legislature. >> reporter: comstock said virginia developed a strong background system, but murphy wants to expand all sales at gun shows. >> you have to have a check if you buy from a federally licensed gun dealer but not everybody is. i lost my brother to gun violence. he was murdered when two gunmen came in with an illegal gun and murdered him. >> reporter: election day is tuesday, peggy fox, wusa9. >>> still ahead tonight get ready for cold and flu season. we are debunking some of the myths coming up.
, more taxes, and a completely amoral cultural system. this is your children's book for the summer. >> two are very much. -- thank you very much. >> if youver forget who you should vote for, read this book. kids, give them nightmares before they go to bed. through christ our lord, and thank you for this time together, amen. in a campaign, you learn to prioritize, and pro-lifers and evangelical christians are huge supporters of the republican party along with big business, but there are only so many ceo's in the world. this is a tight race, and it is my first experience with negative campaigning. i hope it is received well. the music ended up being dark and negative, and it is exactly what i want associated with janet, negativity. that is janet. she looks sickly. it is bound to help subliminally. for the second half of the song, it is upbeat, we are leaving darkness, and we go into a happy place. people can make the argument that it is manipulation, but our goal is to win an election. that is the point of politics, to win elections. i is basically everything would like to become, an
cutting taxes, talking about growing the economy, but not reaching to of the folks of middle-class, marking -- working men and women. it is like the republican party has written another class exists >> i certainly agree in terms of making that contact with working families. the biggest jealous families face a virginia is economic opporunity, jobs. there are enormous loss of virginia verbal of leisurely judge of the members because there have been unemployed so long three they're focused on that. a big difference. i can explain my plan to grow jobs and cut taxes. he is proposing more government spending. $1,700 more per family. other than zero in this month on obamacare. there is a stark difference also. once again come his approach is bigger government and-smaller government. was the first of five obamacare. lou: you were the first one to sue on obamacare. >> right. lou: at the same time, is that an issue for virginia voters? we look at these numbers. we're talking about, you know, roughly 10 percent of the folks that are going to the polls, federal workers or their families.
. for individual retirement accounts, i.r.a.'s, under the tax code. today retirees are more likely to rely on 401k's and i.r.a.'s and are less likely to have defined benefit plans from their employers. at the same time, the natural products have become increasingly complex. because the rules governing the rights of investors and the responsibilities of advisors are more than 35 years old, d.o.l. is attempting to modernize these rules and -- in order to reflect the changing nature of the retirement marketplace. given these realities it is necessary for the department to make sure that the professionals offering retirement advice have a duty to put their clients' interests first before their own or at very least tell their customers that they may be conflicting. at the same time the s.e.c. is considering moving forward on a rule making that would impose a uniform fiduciary standard of conduct for broker dealers and investment advisors, consistent with the dodd-frank act. this would ensure that whatever the business model, if an individual is providing personalized investment advice out securities to
can keep your plan. this is not a minor pledge. it's like the first president bush saying no new taxes in 1990 and 1988. he broke that pledge and he had the honesty to say he was. millions of people will lose it, at least 15 million including people in the small business community. >> we'll get to that. let's stay with the idea of the pledge. dr. emanuel "the wall street journal" reported that you were part of a debate in the white house about this claim. that you can keep your plan or your doctor is misleading. let me ask the question. on megan kelly's show this week, you blamed the insurance companies. >> if an insurance company decided they're going to change how they structure the plan, that's not the government, that's the business. >> but doctor, the obama care law demands they change their plans. >> first of all, i want to say the president takes very seriously what i -- it goes back to what i said and make sure we're consistent with this. when we passed the law, any law that existed before passed would be dprandfathered in unless lots of changes were made. we have to middle age
the shooter at a nightclub this weekend. a city supervisor floats his idea for a tax on sugary drinks -- in front of the board. we have new information -- and a response from the beverage industry in hopes of making shoppers feel safer on the streets of oakland's chinatown, a local businessman is bringing in private security. kron 4's dan kerman has more. it oakland police say they are happy to have the extra set of eyes. and oakland's chinatown dan carmen, kron4 knows a. >>james:police are hoping to identify four people who might be connected to a shooting at a campbell nightclub over the weekend. this surveillance video from "the spot" night club shows someone walking behind the man in a cowboy hat. then you see another man and in a couple of seconds -- a man and woman walk through the door. the incident began around 2 am - when an employee asked a group of men to turn down their music in the parking lot. that's when one of the men reportedly shot the nightclub employee. police say the group ran off -- and they have not been arrested. the employee was taken to the hospital and is ex
. it was central to passing the law. it is sort of like the first president bush saying no new taxes. he broke that pledge. at least he had the honesty to tell everybody he was breaking the pledge. the president pledged this and never admitted he was going to break it. there's millions of people going to lose it, at least 15 million, including people in the small business community. many small business people are going to lose their plans too. >> we're going to get to that. dr. emanuel, the "wall street journal" reported this weekend that you in fact were part of a debate inside the white house at the time about whether or not this claim you can keep your plan, you can keep your doctor was misleading. this week -- >> i -- >> let me ask the question. then you can answer. -- whether it was misleading. on megyn kelly's show this week you blamed the insurance companies. >> if an insurance companies decides it's changing how it's going to structure its plan that is not the law doing it. that is the insurance company deciding for business reasons. >> but, doctor, the obama law demands that the insur
medicare. both candidates agrow however they want to create jobs and grow the economy. >> my tax cut plan which will grow 58,000 new jobs and reduce the personal income tax the 5%. and the business income tax to 4%. >> my opponent proposes $1.4 billion tax cut and resoundly criticized. it will come right out of education. early childhood development, reform in the sols. teacher pay. investing in community colleges. financial aid at higher ed. i think that's the prudent way to do budgeting. >> i like those too. i like education. i like puppies. but i don't bring a puppy home. i don't bring a puppy home if i don't have a plan for how i'm going to deal with that puppy. or guess what my house is going to look like. and he's all puppy and no plan. >> reporter: so how are voters feeling four days out? we talked to some of them coming up in the next half hour. andrea and mike back to you. >>> thank you. >> the woman accused of vandalizing the washington national cathedral and possibly the lincoln memorial with paint is mentally incompetent to stand trial. a judge issued that ruling based on a ps
host: and the one set lack essential protections, and that many people may qualify for tax credits host: glenn kessler in today's fact checker column in the "washington post." we go to lucy now in virginia on our line for republicans. we're talking about kathleen sebelius' statements. your thoughts on that. caller: good morning and thank you for taking my call. think it is something that we are all looking, first of all, i think the general public has become so much more aware of what was in this very massive bill in the last month. what i heard computer experts website did on the not begin until eight or nine months ago, in other words, after the 2012 election. because as we are seeing this , we are becoming aware of all of the problems that are in it. so someone had pointed out well, you had 3.5 years to make it, this website, and the computer person said well, actually, no, it has only been eight or nine months. i think if all of these problems had been articulated prior to the 2012 election, who knows, maybe it would have gone another way. host: ok, we will go to carol now from same
revenue code and under the internal revenue code at least for income tax purposes the court would disregard it because this is a -- [inaudible] >> it may well be and it's an s corp. even though there's this corporate form the next result of the penalties goes on frank and phil gilardi separate income tax returns on a schedule came out. exactly. >> that's true for limited liability party. >> i think when we are dealing with a law that impinges upon fundamental first amendment freedoms the supreme court has taught we don't allow for him to triumph over substance and that is what we are arguing here. >> is that what lee says? if you are in the commercial market you have to give up some for the greater good. >> it does say that but what we say is that's part of the strict scrutiny. >> congress has some exemptions as well. >> that is your case. you are saying the exemptions are so overwhelming, so large in their number because you can't possibly get around lead. lee had exemptions in the court gave at the back of the hand. they said of course congress can make those decisions. that is
. >> will he cut taxes. >> he wanted to cut taxes, hasn't been able to get that through the legislature. the interesting part is he's perceived as very moderate, where you could describe him as moderate because he's a more -- he's not an -- he's a get things done, cut the best deal conservative and he has had to do that in a blue state. i think this is the fascinating test. when he's in iowa, what are the rand pauls and ted cruzes and rick santorum say? does mitt romney's blessing help or hurt? >> he's perceived as a moderate because he embraced the president of the united states on the eve of the 2012 election after super storm sandy. >> the man who by the way made sure that his state got funneled millions of dollars and stood by him when his state was in need. >> other republicans hated him for that. >> they did, but did his embrace, did the embrace mean anything to mitt romney in the end? absolutely not. >> if you speak to some romney folks, they were irritated by it. >> they were irritated by it but did it cause him the election? no, it didn't. this is a personal brand this man has.
and healthier when women across the state have access to quality health care. i would rather see our tax dollars spent on improving our kids' schools rather than defending this law. greg abott immediately filed an appeal to today's ruling. joining me now, msnbc and planned parenthood in houston, texas, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit. this must have been quiet a win down there today. >> yes, lawrence, thank you. this ruling is a victory for our parents. it's a ruling for women. it sends a clear signal across 50 states. it is unconstitutional for politicians to pass laws that take away the private personal health care decisions that women make in consultation with their physician. >> melanie, i just want to check one thing. the 30 mile rule of being knocked out, does that mean there won't be any facilities that will have to close as a result of any other provisions in this law? >> well, that remains to be seen. but what this does mean is that women across the state will have access to abortion care preserved for them. >> crystal, here is a george w. bush judge looking at what this lu legisla
was a perfect fit for the tea party. >> he interrupted the tax money flow. tide goes in, tide goes out. in the temple, when he saw the tax collectors dragging the money out of the poor people and overturn their table. and once he did that, his fate was sealed. >> i don't know what that means. >> and today's top trender, cheap talk. i can't use the "s" word. >> oh -- >> they have crappy insurance. we're going to be getting rid of junk insurance plans that haven't delivered anything for the american people. conservatives won't trash junk insurance. >> you can keep the plan that you have and like, but there's a but in our health care right now? there's a but in the system? >> that's a big but. >> the community is welcoming the destruction of what are called, you know, the skinny plans. >> you find something goes wrong so you pick an enemy and you demonize somebody else. in this case, it's the insurance companies. >> this just kills the market. >> we chose those policies and yet the president says you didn't choose well. >> what else would you expect from the republican party but a bunch o
us it wasn't a tax when it was. how many times did he tell us you could keep your insurance when you can't. this is an epidemic of dishonesty. and yet reporters won't report it, and poor ed schultz is saying that it's just so positive that nobody dares talk about it. >> bozell is wrong on all accounts. across the board he's wrong. hannity has now been reduced to defending junk insurance policies. and i wonder if he knows that most junk insurance policies only last about a year, when people actually figure out they have been hoodwinked into a policy that doesn't cover snot. that's why obama care is good. sean, i know, it's probably a little over your head. but i'll give it a shot again. a few weeks ago, i asked sean hannity to go face-to-face with me in a debate. instead of accepting what he has decided to do, this is his -- comes back with a challenge, he's playing clips of my show in his media clip or whatever, in his segment. look, i'm about the truth. and it would seem to me that if i'm wrong on these things, that handy would want to go face-to-face with me. i mean, you know, i'm
. young people don't care so much about taxes and regulation. but they all have a cell phone and they're on the internet and they care about their privacy. so do i. i would correct these policies if i were ever the one to make the decisions. i think that would attract new people to the party, not less. >> what do you think of senator cruz? he seems to be catching on. more republicans see him as the leader than you in the party. particularly catching on in iowa, do you think he's your chief rival? if you choose to run. >> i think we're a long way away from that. i haven't even convinced my wife yet whether or not i should do this. no, ted and i are friends. he's a limited government conservative. we don't always agree on everything, but we agree on a lot of things. >> you heard dan pfeiffer there say, he's confident that the website problems will be fixed by the end of november and one of the success stories it appears so far is that -- in your own state, the kentucky website seems to be doing pretty well, 26,000 have signed up for the exchange. what do you make of the fact that so man
police and protesters of a so-called eco tax. police fired tear gas and water cannons at thousands who hurled stones and other objects at them. protesters want the tax on large commercial transports permanently scuttled. the wildly unpopular tax has been postponed repeatedly since its approval four years ago. >>> really, this happened. a soccer match in serbia had to be halted for ten minutes saturday after fans hurtled volleys of flares on the field. the smoke threatened to choke the spectators at the intracity contest. fire trucks moved in quickly to try to quell the bonfire. >>> 25 million reasons why one man is not giving up on the bin laden family. >>> and do you live in an islamic country without even knowing it? "grapevine" is next. is a daily game of "what if's". what if my abdominal pain and cramps come back? what if the plane gets delayed? what if i can't hide my symptoms? what if? but what if the most important question is the one you're not asking? what if the underlying cause of your symptoms is damaging inflammation? for help getting the answers you need, talk to your doc
businesses are going to be taxed heavily. that small businesses are going to see their rates go through the roof, and they're going to have to let people go. >> well, the fact is that anybody under 50 employees, they don't have to do anything if they don't want to. but folks under 25 employees, we're urging them to check object th on this exchange, because they could get some tax credits and they might be able to provide affordable health insurance for their folks at a lesser cost than what most of them are doing right now. >> so how could 400 businesses in kentucky have it wrong? why don't we have 49 other kentuckies across america? well, it's obstruction. that's the story on the ground in kentucky. but this is the story in washington. >> when it it comes to jobs, some have called the law the single biggest detriment to job creation in america right now. >> part-time workers, the poor, pay still have no insurance, but now they may have no job. >> jobs are being lost, premiums are going up. >> the real problem is we're driving everyone out of the individual market. >> it's time to revis
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